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1829 braille

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1829 braille - Your EYEBALLS - EYNTK 👁️💉😳💊🔊💯✅

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🎀HOW TO WRITE OLD BRAILLE ALPHABET LETTER|😍1829 AD ALPHABET👍|ENGLISH LANGUAGE 🖋️@IMPRESSIVEWRITING👌

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Braille: The Language of the Blind

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The Importance of Braille: Madilyn's Story

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Florida School for the Deaf and Blind Facilitates Braille Learning Using the Perkins SMART Brailler

Louis Braille's original publication, Procedure for Writing Words, Music, and Plainsong in Dots (1829), credits Barbier's night writing as being the basis for the braille script. It differed in a fundamental way from modern braille: It contained nine decades (series) of characters rather than the modern five, utilizing dashes as well as dots. Braille recognized, however, that the dashes were problematic, being difficult to distinguish from the dots in practice, and those characters were abandoned in the second edition of the book.
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